Thanks very much for your comment Alexandre.
Thanks so much, PM
Lovely pansies, wambam23!
Saludos de Bristol.
The three storey red brick building is the renovated former, Warehouse Premises of Hardware Limited.
Built in 1882 it was originally part of Christopher Thomas and Brothers' Soap Works.
It is an example of Bristol Byzantine architecture.
Saint Mary on the Quay built in 1839, would have originally been set next to the water.
Built for the breakaway Catholic Apostolic Church founded by the Scottish evangelist Edward Irving, now is a Roman Catholic church.
Cheers Avagara, I thought you might like it. Victorian and early 20th Century Architecture is my next project, so check back for more soon.
Pete, thank you for the info. I shall look forward to walking some of these.
Thanks Pete. Yes I could have spent all day in the rally stage, didn't have time to get to the jump which would have been good to photograph.
Cheers for the like, Adam
Thanks for the like Pete. It was a fantastic walk through the forest to the falls, wonderful scenery.